Interior and exterior turnstiles suit many entrance and exit needs in public buildings
The council in Anglesey is considering selling off nine public toilets as a measure to cut costs. The authority has put out an advert with a list of those earmarked for potential closure. The conveniences put on the list include Amlwch, Cemaes High Street, Menai Bridge, Newborough; and three in Holyhead, including South Stack and Penrhos Beach. In the summer a report found nearly £339,000 was spent over the past three years on maintaining Anglesey’s toilet facilities.
Access Control Wales can provide your authority or company with a range of turnstiles to suit your entrance and exit needs in public buildings for toilets or other facilities. The turnstiles offer improved security and extend flow capacity. They provide the perfect barrier against casual entry while options are varied on interior and exterior installations. Without compromising the safety of those who use the turnstile, speed and reliability are provided even during rush hour periods. They are available as a single or double half height turnstile.